The competition seeks to use serious games to address water, sanitation and hygiene challenges and issues.
Selected participants will work in teams to develop solutions to tackle the aforementioned issues with the three best teams awarded various prizes.
The winning teams will receive cash prizes (each €2000/approx. Ksh. 220,000) and additional mentorship and support for a couple of months to enable them develop their solutions to market.
The competition will last for 48 hours – it’ll run from September 30 (from 4: 00 PM) through to Sunday October 2, 2016 (5pm) – and hold at the iHub in Nairobi.
Interested participants can apply HERE as soon as they can as spaces are limited. A refundable fee of Ksh. 500 will be charged.
The competition is organized in partnership with Upande, Deltares, FloodCom and The Barn.